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why can't Nigerian start trusting product made in nigeria?

[center]My fellow Nigerians am complaining from the debt of my hearth to our inability to produce goods label in our own name.

      In Nigeria we have many designers who can pieces an Italian product and carbon copied it. The Easterners  can produce motor parts and spear parts.

        attempt is making for motor car and certain technology hidden somewhere yet to be developed.

           This is the time for us to show the world that blackman is not as they think.

               our economy will not go anywhere if we keep on importing what others produce without knowing how to repair it

                  when ever it spoils.

                         The Chinese and the Indians are taking advantage over our inability to unite to sample their inferior product          in which we can equally produce if we pay much attention on it.   

                           My opinion is, LET START PATRONIZING OUR PRODUCT RATHER THAN CRITICIZING IT. [/center]

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Every great achievement was once a failure,

we all like to start from top to down.

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How do you think all these problems can be solve?

calling Americans or Europeans to come and develop our country?

Asking them loan from the money they got from us through their products and pay back with high interest?

Brother think well.

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Why should I bother with Made in Nigeria when it is of low quality and will never last (Experience), the same with China products flooding the market. Lets solve our manufacturing problems - electricity, roads, corruption and poverty before we can start expecting standard products at reasonable price.

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        the more we buy our products the more we encouraged them and at the sametime make our critics.

              should we all depend on what others prodused without making a trial to do ours.

                      if they sees that people are buying but complaining they will be forced to improve.

                             China products is it the best?

     this is what you should do it's your right.

    perhaps the company don't know about it but with your complaint tomorrow they will work with extreme care.

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That is the laziest excuse of all and has been used for decades in that country for decades now. When do we get to the stage where we make it perfect before we try to sell it to the public?? Should the Nigerian then buy half-Bottom goods just cause "PRACTISE MAKES PERFECT"?? Come on. Why should a Nigerian buy a low quality product ?? cause it is made in Nigeria?? I am almost sure that if the quality of products were improved, people will buy regardless of where it is made.

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because Nigerians are more after the profit they will make than the quality of product produced. I bought a bottle of maltina on new year's day and guess what I found in the bottom particles, i can't even tell exactly what it is maybe sand or dead insects,

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Anyway you're right but pratice make perfect

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but make una no dey do these ur PRODUCTS at the expense of human life

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we need to talk on this,

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listen you don't have to worry about only Nigerians. Make your product to be marketed outside the country like Benni, Togo, Cameroon, Gabon other west African countries, east Africa. not only in our land it will take a little time but see what will happen.

         30years ago Chinese were being refereed as apes by the western world now where is china now? are they not a threat to world economy?

                  stop bothering and put effort.

                       Abu m nwa afor Mbaise na IMO State

Akpola m NNe abu m Nwaoke

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The person above me said, alot of people will not want to buy because of one reason or the other. The tribalists will not want to "make the Igbo people richer" and it might also be more expensive than imported products. However people with common sense should always try to build up their country by buying things made and sold therein.

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